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with us tonight, folks. sandy is expected to make landfall at this hour on the coast of new jersey. the storm is now a post tropical cyclo cyclone. the path on the northeast corridor has been slow and moving very wide. hundreds of thousands of people in coastal areas have been evacuated up and down the east coast. this is a live shot from delaware. we'll get a live update from the shoreline in just a moment. authorities say new york city and long island could get the worst of the storm surge. sea water could rise up to 11 feet. the damage from sandy was on display hundreds of feet above manhattan today. you're seeing a youtube video of a crane collapsing on the 57th street high-rise. city officials say workers would not be able to access the crane to keep it from falling. at this hour, the crane is still hanging in the air over the city. reside residents of the nearby buildings and businesses have been evacuated. beach front communities already experienced flooding and massive water damage. this shot is from seaside heights, new jersey. in atlantic city, large chunks of boardwalk w
. now residents belong a long and costly recovery process. >> the u.s. markets are set to reopen after being closed the last few days. the new york mass transit system is still shut down. >>> new sthats now expect profit growth to hit the slowest since lifting. >>> welcome to today's show. the good news is financial markets start trading again. >> well, good news or it depends on how they open. certainly there's people with pent up demand. >> i think whatever happens, the fact that we're back up and trading is a good thing. >> the interesting question is why. but why couldn't the new york stock exchange have gone with its electronic trading systems. will this serve as a catalyst to maybe pursue that route the next time with more confidence. >> it's a day of cleanup. >> yes, it is. millions of people in the northeastern u.s. will spend days or weeks to recover from sandy, which is being blamed for at least 46 deaths. at its peak, more than 8.5 million homes and businesses were without power. new york city and new jersey, especially the jersey shore, were the hardest hit. president obama
the 31st. thanks for getting up with us and watching "fox & friends first". >> we begin with an extreme weather alert after the monster storm devastated so much of the area. >> the devastation she left behind up and down the east coast it is unimaginable. >> now i have nowhere to go. >> the entire new jersey coastline changed forever. portions of the state's iconic boardwalk swallowed up by the sea. >> thoemotions are overflowing. >> i grew up here. i have been here since i was born. this is absolutely sickening. >> the pictures of devastation te seem never ending. the resilience prevails. a quiet beach front community in new york that became the scene of a horrific destruction now coming to grips with all of the devastation more than 100 already flooded homes in breezy point burned to the ground by this raging fire. as residents there ban together firefighters who responded to the scene are saying it was unlike anything that they have ever seen before. todd starns joins us with the lathes. >> not only before they battling the flames but but they were battling the water. the homes that
in to "fox and friends" when arnold swarsnegar joins us live >> steve: over the weekend 2000 americans were killed in afghanistan. the president talks about on the stop his greatest achievement and that is the killing of osama bin laden. here he is in nevada over the weekend. >> al-qaida is on the path of defeat and osama bin laden is dead. sounds like he dropped the gm line. >> gretchen: the greatest accomplishment is the killing of osama bin laden so the president is making a lot of that. but what is the real story on the ground? for example what really happened in libya, terrorist attack that killed our u.s. ambassador and is al-qaida on the surge and far from dead now? could it be that we are facing a tougheruation before president obama came in office with regard to al-qaida. >> eric: they said it was a preplanned terrorist attack that killed the ambassador and three other necessary benghazi. the problem is why? why did they make the attack. is it because president obama is going over. gnc. >> he said yesterday and no other than nevada, and las vegas where he was four hours after the a
too much? no. he'll be pliable, bendable usable to the same crowd that took w., used him and dumped him in history's hamper. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "the ed show" starts right now. >>> good evening, americans. welcome to "the ed show" from new york. cleanup begins after sandy decimates towns and leaves millions in the dark. we'll have the latest on the damage and the government federal response. what do you think of the federal response now? has it been good? this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >>> my message to the federal government, no bur rak eaucracy red tape, get resources where they are needed as fast as possib possible. >> president obama has put disaster relief in high gear as millions across the east coast are in peril. >> the cooperation has been outstanding. >> romney's silence has been deafening. >> would you eliminate aid to fema if you were president? >> as hurricane sandy wreaks havoc across the northeast, first responders, nurses and neighbors have stepped up in tremendous acts of heroism. we'll take a look at these brave men and w
coming in to us from the height of the storm on monday night. surveillance video shows water filling the tunnel used by amtrak and commuter trains that go under new york's east river, but the damage along the jersey shore is something we have never seen before. these are ariel photos you can see. most of the six people killed in that state died on long beach island and a neighboring barrier island. governor chris christie calls the devastation unthinkable. tuesday he tries to comfort one of the many victims. >> very difficult day. i know. we'll rebuild. we're tough. >> we're tough. >> not far away in seaside heights an incredible site here. that's a roller coaster partially submerged in the ocean. we're going to have more on that in a moment. >>> first, in new york city the subway system remains crippled after heavy flooding caused what officials say the worst damage in its 108 year history. no one knows when it will be up and running again. >>> let's go back to new jersey. there were countless rescues there and for some the realization that they were no match for mother nature. >> t
's it for tonight. thanks for joining us. we will see you back here tomorrow night. the. ♪ lou: good evening, everybody. i'm lou dobbs. you're looking at video of the devastation caused by hurricane sandy. much of that devastation centered on new jersey where the powerful storm came ashore. a storm almost 900 miles wide, growing rest were from the atlantic at 30 miles-per-hour last night. hurricane sandy was a monster storm, one that has killed at least 39 people in this country after killing nearly 70 people in the caribbean since last friday. hundreds of thousands of people evacuated as the storm advanced in its wake billions of dollars in damage, more than 8 million people tonight without power. the hurricane slammed into the northeast with winds upwards of 90 miles-per-hour and a record-breaking 14-foot east coast storm surge, tearing up coastal communities up and down the eastern seaboard. say making her landfall in southern new jersey and, as you can see, the resort-laden jersey shore beach communities were among the hardest hit. you're looking at the most recent overhead iages, punish
. kelly wright is live with the latest for us. >> good morning, kelly. >> all of this surrounds the questions what are the facts surrounding this act that happened in benghazi libya. the answer may not be quick lanesed since the fbi is in libya but unable to enter bin gad benghazi d benghazi. there is conflicting information it released. one congresswoman is calling for the resignation of u.s. ambassador susan rice while others continue to criticize her over her initial statement abouts the attack on the consulate in benghazi wasn't being a spontaneous up rising over an anti pmuslim video. >> what she said is total ignorance of facts on the ground. five days later. five days went by. we have reports intelligence knew within 24-hours it was a terrorist attack. they sent her out to say things that were absolutely false and continues to do so which is again real liter as i say willful ignorance or abysmal lack of knowledge of the facts. >> the obama administration claims the facts are still being gathered in the initial report of the attack information was not clear enough that it
that are still out there, and engage in a big discussion about whether all of us are going to have to do to convince the public that this thing is worth saving, being public education. if we can answer that question, we know how far we will have to go to make a compelling case that we're giving every child that comes into public education and opportunity to hit the ball out of the park. and where teachers are -- with the type of professionalism and respect they deserve. this is, i go back, beat it is again. the wisconsin situation made it so much harder to have that conversation than it's ever be been. >> we will let joe have the last word. please join me in thanking joe and terry for a great discussion. [applause] 's. let me say it again. in less than two weeks, big, big, big study coming out on the powethepower of unions state-by. look for to the. finally, the video of this event will be up momentarily. thanks for joining us. stay tuned for the our next event which will be in the middle of november which will be a plug on my book. we look forward to seeing you then. thanks so much. [in
of people informed. we greatly appreciate it. that's more for us. more on superstorm sandy all night on cnn. >>> hello, welcome to cnn's special coverage of the super storm sandy. we want to welcome our international viewers as well from around the world. it's 1:00 in the morning east coast time here in atlanta and we have reporters up and down the east coast bringing us the latest developments all hour long. really into the night. no hype, overestimates or anything on this one. damage estimates are in the billions. sandy is big. sandy is powerful and she is a killer. already at least 12 people have been reported dead in the u.s. five alone in new york. 5.3 million people are without power. 23 states are under wind advisories. damage from the wind alone could top $3 million. and sandy is already response iblg f67 deaths in caribbeans. >> roads flooded out. the water rising above the cars in some locals. this historic superstorm made landfall over the most populated areas of the u.s. wind damage, power outages, storm surges, inland flooding, you name it, even snowstorms are threatening the l
have maria molina as well to bring us the latest on the weather situation. >> brian: first we will update you overnight. a massive fire burning in queens. devastating to see and no sign of being contained. 50 homes are in flames at this hour and the situation is going from bad to worse. joining us on the phone is power authority spokesman michael. michael so far 50 homes. are firefighters working on this? >> right now facts are sketchy. we believe that the power was out in the area before the fire started and so we are not involved in the fire-fighting activitis and we don't know the cause. >> steve: i know that apparently 25 houses are destroyed so far. and 195 firefighters are working the blaze two people with minor injuries. the problem in cases like this, michael, sometimes when a fire starts, if there is flooding firefighters can't get to it and it gets oust control. >> i can't speculate on the issue of the fire. there is a lot of outages and breezy point has been out of power for sometime. >> brian: 80 percent are without power? >> right, i think that may be an optmistic
and the of the country and now have the largest budget surplus we have ever had. it will make a possible for us to strengthen our budget reserves and i believe we can cut taxes for every resident. use every paper things in indiana. when you are speaker of the house, for five of the six years, indiana ran deficits. came in, indiaaniels was $700 million in debt and a deficit of $700 million. i would like to know, from my colleagues on stage, how we will mature and preserve the fiscal integrity of indiana. >> if you spent the last 12 years in india and not congress you would know that our budget needs to be balanced. i have a balanced bipartisan a balanced budget. and the things you talked about were supported by david long, and lieutenant governor. find laughable that united states congressman would lecture anyone about fiscal responsibility. you voted not once, not twice but five times congressman. you voted and the results in increased our deficit by 200 billion, billion with a b dollars. >> find a key house, senate and governor's races on the c-span, c-span radio and c- span.org/campaign 2012.
. president obama and mitt romney are neck-and-neck in the polls. how can they use tonight to score a photo finish win? "money" has the top three things to watch for. >>> plus a tumbling gas prices accelerate but is the relief here already getting isn't enough, another 50 cent per gallon fall could be just around the corner. we've got the details. >>> and, a new, new jersey brawl over sports setting. the heads of the ncaa and professional sports leagues stuck into a lawsuit just to keep you from betting in your fan at this football leagues. governor chris christie is ready to save the day for supporters. we'll explain. even when they say it's not it is always about "money" sandra: first, look's look at today's headlines. stocks recovered from deep losses. caterpillar sparked more jitters over corporate earnings. after dropping 108 points the dow clawed its way back to close up 2 points. >> shares of monster beverage getting mauled. the family of a 14-year-old girl is suing the company alleging her daughter died after drinking two cans of energy drink. it follows a report by the fda associat
watching, wait until you hear this. the former head of a 16-member u.s. military team in libya, lt. colonel wood told the house of representatives oversight and government reform committee, get this, the consulate in benghazi never had the forces it needed to protect itself. never. >> the security in benghazi was a struggle and remained a struggle through my time there. the situation remained uncertain and reports from some libyans indicated it was getting worse. diplomat security remains weak. in april there was only one u.s. diplomatic security agent stationed there. they struggled to obtain additional personnel but was never able to attain the numbers he felt comfortable with. >>shepard: a former state department regional security officer in libya testified, as well. here is what he said, that the united states could not count on lib jab security forces to help with security adequately. >> the libyan temporary government was unable to extend security assets to diplomatic missions in the ways we are expecting to see around the world. we could not rely on the libyan government for security
it to make a difference. there are situations where use of force would make the situation much worse, that we should look at other things and not even consider force. but i think some governments have made the nation that the fastest way to end the conflict in syria is to arm one side over the other. it's not going to happen. they're only going to get more people killed. in the end they need to look for political settlement. >> staying with your answer to martin's question for just a second. you know the russianian leadership, you know that the russianians are concerned that once again their support for a chapter seven solution would come back to haunt them and the region. but at the same time they are paying a considerable price in the arab world where they have diplomatic equities and interests. do you see their position changing over time? >> i hope serve concerned at the moment because it is getting worse. i did discuss this with russian leadership. and he shared with me the concerns. i have tried in geneva to push for the question of chapter seven with them. on that they maintain that th
and wrong in america are faced with a question that they and we and generations before us have been asking and answering in many different ways. how much does skin color matter? if you think it's a closed book, well, abigail fisher may have thought so, too. until she got a rejection letter from the university of texas in 2008. race is one of several factors that ut considers in applicants who don't get in automatically based on their grades. abigail says her race may have cost her a texas education. and today as we speak, the highest court in the land is hearing her very case. it is the supreme court's first so-called affirmative action case in a full decade almost. and the outcome of this case could reach far beyond college admissions. cnn's senior legal analyst and an expert on the supreme court, jeffrey toobin, joins me this hour live from san francisco. and jeff, before i tap into your extraordinary wealth of expertise on the supreme court and get your insight, i want to lay some groundwork and let our colleague, joe johns, come in first and tell everyone just more about how this case
for trading tomorrow. that's it for us. power lunch begins now with more storm coverage. >>> thank you very much. we start with breaking news on the markets. they will reopen tomorrow. >> indeed they will. and bob pisani is on the story, as he has been since the beginning of this storm event. bob what do we know at this point? >> the important thing is it's all systems go the words everybody has about wanting to hear. nyse and nasdaq, all of the exchanges under a lot of pressure right now. here is the statement we just got from the nyse. we are pleased to be able to return to normal trading tomorrow. our building and systems were not damaged and our people have been working diligently to ensure we have a smooth opening tomorrow. our thoughts remain with the families and communities suffering in the wake of this disaster. the important thing, nyse building and trading floor fully operational, those are the words that we wanted to hear. no damages to the building. of course, all morning, meetings with the operations team to make sure that things are possible to get going. a lot of issues conc
wallace on fox news sunday grilling obama advisor david axelrod. >> this is the first u.s. ambassador that's been killed since 1979, susan rice came on this show and five others and gave the american people a story that turned out not to be true and you're saying that we shouldn't discuss this? that we should wait and for the investigation to be completed? >> no, no. >> that's what you just said. >> chris, calm down that's obviously not what i'm saying. stuart: well, we'll find out tomorrow night and find out how the president responds to the libyan murder. a cascade of developments putting the administration again on defense, but his campaign says the president will be more aggressive in his next debate tomorrow night. what do you think? check us out, follow us on facebook, we want to know what you think about this upcoming debate. next subject, yesterday austrian felix baumgartner became the first sky diver faster than the speed of sound. and he says that he didn't feel the sonic boom, but again, the air is very thin that high up. this is a financial program, so let's not forget the big
storm that this president has led us through. he came into office facing the worst wall street collapse in decades. a jobless rate spiking in the double digits. republicans sitting under their desks saying no, no, this can't be happening, every step that the president took to regulate wall street, reform health care, equalize pay between the sexists to end the war in iraq and of course to cut off al qaeda's head. this has brought so many storms, both natural and manmade stands on post near the same situation room where he directed the killing of bin laden. he's the officer in charge through perilous times. the eye of the storm is expected to make landfall in southern new jersey or delaware within the hour. it will battle the northeast into tomorrow. wind gusts between 60 and 80 miles per hour have been reported along the coast. all the way from massachusetts down to mare land. winds will get stronger throughout the night. it's caused massive damage. in atlantic city, part of the boardwalk is gone that we all grew up with. widespread flooding with parts of ocean city, maryland, and delaw
give us the answer. it's all "happening now." jenna: lot of great stories on this monday morning including this one. a bombshell report now confirming "operation fast and furious" supplied mexican drug cartels with weapons used in some of their deadliest attacks. we're glad you're with us everybody. i'm jenna lee gregg: i'm gregg jarrett in for jon scott. this new report is now connecting the serial numbers of dozens of guns to a string of murders including the massacre of 18 men at a mexican rehabilitation clinic. william la jeunesse is following it all live from los angeles. william? >> reporter: gregg, you know many thought with that recent inspector general's report that the "fast and furious" story was buried for good. for a yeared at administration kept the most damaging information the fatalities in mexico, a secret. with univision's help we were able to something we knew, the serial numbers of guns to something we didn't a crime in mexico. to put a face on one of america's most embarrassing political scandals. a home covered in blood after gang members kill, 16, many teen
's all the time we have left. thanks for being with us. seven days from today. see you tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight it's not over. mega monster storm sandy slamming our country with misery and devastation. the death toll has climbed to 48. in the last 24 hours more than 8 million without power from north carolina to virginia to new jersey to connecticut to maine. more than 15,000 cancelled flights, stranding passengers from coast to coast and even overseas they could not get home. the latest estimate, 20 billion dollars in property damage. now we all wish sandy would go away, but she is not. right now she's still a large storm now hitting her latest target, the midwest. in chicago the storm giving a whole new meaning to the windy city. dangerous winds, gusts slamming the lake front. in lake michigan, the surf is extremely high, massive waves crashing over the break wall. we'll have a live report from chicago in just a few minutes. meanwhile, in cleveland, ohio, sandy's rain-soaking roots an her pourful winds uprooted trees and knocked out power. in west virginia, a snowstorm bury
the latest on the disaster across the northeast. >> good to have you with us tonight. thanks for watching. the aftermath of sandy is coming into focus and the destruction is heartbreaking. sandy's path devastated miles of shoreline and major communities. officials in nine states are reporting 44 deaths related to the storm. 23 of those here in the state of new york. it's estimated to cost between $30 and $50 billion. you only need to look at the images of the flooding to see why. a 14-foot storm surge in lower manhattan roadways were overflowing. tunnels filled with water. streets were submerged. most of lower manhattan continues to be without power at this hour. the new york city subway system is still not running as workers deal with the flooded tunnels and the effects of salt water. the underground path train connecting new york to new jersey is still washed out. this photo captures the peak hour of flooding at the world trade center construction site. a six alarm inferno raised in breezy point. more than 80 homes were burned beyond repair. more than 100 homes were damaged. amazingly,
>> bret: i swear steve hayes was just like that last week. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. thanks for this is thecial report, fair, balanced and unafraid. "special report" online. halloween edition starts right now. >> shepard: this is the fox report. tonight, an unlikely duo tours the damage in new jersey as new yorkers try to get back to work after sandy but life is anything but normal. a live look coming now across the hudson in new jersey. half of the city in the dark, including the financial district. where the markets opened today for the first time after the storm. a deficit stated region begins to crawl back to life. >> we have a ways to go but we're beginning to make some real progress. two days after sandy hits the northeast like a sledge hammer the rescues continue. homeowners up and down the east coast now getting their first look at towns that may never be the same again. tonight, president obama surveys the damage in new jersey. >> our hearts go out to the families who have lost loved ones. >> and promises that relief is on the way. plus, remember the
. melissa: one week until election day how will the northeast impact boating? neil cavuto will join us later in the hour. breaking news. hurricane sandy. you want to tell us where we are going? let's go to robert gray who is standing by in new york with more on this. robert: thanks very much. fluid situation out here, but we grab colonel paul owen with the u.s. army corps of engineers. thanks for joining us on fox business. talked to was a little bit about the situation. you are surveying lower manhattan and had a look around more of the city before we grab you here. how is the situation after the storm last night? >> doing remarkably well dues to the city prepared this and the state preparedness. they have done a great job building the infrastructure in order to withstand that tremendous storm we had last night. a historical storm. robert: you have been around a lot of these storms. how does this compare with the larger stores? >> the biggest one i have seen. i am new to this area. i don't think anyone has seen water lapping into battery park like a was last night and i had a chance to obse
delicious. >> that's it for us. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> knowingly wrong and out of date. that describes the intelligence give p as talking points to government officials days after the attack in libya. is there any way this could add up? mike rogers is "outfront" tonight. plus, the l word. that's what both candidates are being called. liars. is this what we should expect wednesday night? and the attack was detected and foiled, but it was on our top secret nuclear trigger. let's dpo "outfront." "outfront" tonight, the buck stops at the white house. cnn has learned that the white house chose to leave out key intelligence from the attack on americans in libya. now, there were three things u.s. intelligence has confirmed to be tree. the attacks were preplanned, terrorist attacks and the work of al-qaeda linked groups. intelligence expert who has worked in the pentagon for two decades tells "outfront" the key information left out of the talking points can only mean the administration is covering something up. u.s. intelligence knew about the link within 24 hours of th
. thanks for staying with us for the next hour. only eight days from now, a week from tomorrow, vote iing will bn nationwide in the presidential election. and on a normal night, the story of that election being this close to upon us, that would drive our coverage and dominate this news hour. but tonight is not a normal night. right outside this building in the biggest city in the country, there's a massive storm that's just made landfall and all day long has been imposing its will on the atlantic coast from the carolinas all the way up to new england. it has toppled cranes on skyscrapers. this is that crane falling today. yeah, it has toppled cranes on skyscrapers, it has flooded the eastern sea board. it has messed up the presidential election. but this giant storm called sandy is not over yet. the storm making landfall just outside atlantic city, new jersey, at 8:00 p.m. eastern time tonight. forecasters calling sandy a post pos post-tropical cyclone which might sound better, but it isn't better. all it means is the storm has lost the characteristics of a tropical cyclone but still has
's not finished with us yet, so where is the storm now and what are her plans for us? meteorologist rick reichmuth is tracking sandy in the extreme weather center. rick? >> greta, look at the size of the storm still, about 1500 miles across. if you go up across parts of maine and get across kentucky and across parts of georgia and south carolina, it's about 1500 miles. this is the big population zone along i-95 back towards chicago, the precipitation is less significant than last night. lighter rain, not like the heavy rain we saw yesterday. the snow is lighter as well. a couple of things you notice on the radar, still a couple problems. in right here across parts of new england now, there's been some very heavy rain and a bit of flooding and the threat for severe weather, even tornadoes across parts of new england during the evening hours tonight, but the snow continues to fall as well, and we might see about another six inches or so on top of the two to three feet we've seen, so incredible snowfall. winds dying down just a little bit, still gusting to 29 in new york, but where you don't see any
tomorrow is bringing the army corps in immediately to talk to us about how's the best way to rebuild the jersey shore. >> so let's bring you up to speed, the very latest that we know. at least 48 deaths have been confirmed. damage estimates have now ballooned to $50 billion. 6 million remain without power and on staten island, floodwaters are so high many are trapped in their own homes. the coast guard has been coming in from the air to bring them to safety. other communities like hoboken are frantically trying to pump water off the streets. homes and basements, many areas of this town right now remain impassable. >> within ten minutes we had four feet of water in the basement. it was unbelievable. i never saw anything like that in my life. >> it was the scariest thing i have ever seen. >> poles are ripped in half, sidewalks are gone. >> water is rushing in, water is going by and you don't know what to do. >> also new today, the navy will send three carrier ships to the shores of new york city. the ships and their crew will assist in rescue and recovery efforts. transportation in new
down from 8.5 million. sandy is shaping up to be one of the costliest disasters in the u.s. it's estimated to cost between $20 billion and $50 billion in damage. >>> the worst may not be over for some flood prone neighborhoods in the area. the river has gone down somewhat. news 4s melissa mollet is live. what is it looking like out there now? >> reporter: good morning, barbara. high tide came and went at 10:06. take a look at this, completely dry here. we have a couple patches of water. nothing like what we were dealing with yesterday. let's take a look at that. 24 hours ago, you can see what a big difference it is. yesterday, i was standing in six or seven inches of water. today, standing on the ground, this road technically opened, but not much traffic. still, restaurants, bunesses, homeowners in the area bracing for potential problems tomorrow. predictions are the flooding here in old town alexandria will get worse before better peaking on thursday. this store, at the corner of union and king was a message for sandy as everyone here watches and waits for the rising water. >>
of a 16-member u.s. military team in libya, lt. colonel wood t thhousof prtas oignd rn r cttet , su benghaz never had the forces it needed to protect itself. never. >> the security in benghazi was a struggle and remained a struggle through my time there. the situation remained uncertain andreports from someya caitas in e. pl sitemea ri tre was only one u.s. diplomatic security agent stationed there. they struggled to obtain additional prsonnel but was never able to attain t nuers deme onsety ce libya testified, as well. here is what he said, that the united states could not count on lib jab security forces to help with security adequately. >> the libya temporary seritysstoloas unable to extend ion ay are expecting to see around the world. we could not rely on the libyan government for security, inlligence, and law enforcement help to identify emerging threats or to ask them rise itin tohecotern a private interview, that a state department official who oversees diplomatic security wanted to keep the number of "aicyoty personnel in benghazi dahege the mmeecg om missions around the gl
. tell us about it. >> you know, they really are. about 80 homes, the fire official telling us it could be as many as 110. this is a pile of twisted plastic. the irony? these are sandbags. people expected this area to flood. what they didn't expect was the fire. when one house caught fire, the homes are so close together that the wind just swept that which is about 30 houses that way. the tires completely melted off. just the snapshot of the devastation. we spoke to one firefighter and he told us just as the surge hit he thought he better put on his life jacket and float to higher ground. then went back to rescue even more. a total of 14 people that were here when that fire began. and he was able to help them get out. story after story. people staying too long. but those who simply got out also hit -- when you look. there is just nothing that is salvageable. we have seen washer driers that are completely melted. refrigerators that have disappeared. every now and again. you are looking at remnants of what were homes. you may be able to see the foundation. but the home itself completely g
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